Dinah Wisenberg Brin
Dinah Wisenberg Brin is a freelance writer based in Philadelphia. She has covered business, politics, healthcare and general news for wire services, newspapers, blogs and other publications.
The agency is seeking to dispel what it calls a common misconception: that all businesses will be required to provide health coverage to all employees.
Entrepreneurs can sound off about the Affordable Care Act or any number on regulations at these government sites.
We look at what the new health law requires, and how businesses can prepare for new rules, shop exchanges and avoid penalties.
Seventeen-year-old Nick D'Aloisio is fueling headlines over his news-summary app Summly, but he's not the only teenage-app maker in town. Here's a look at the rising trend.
Move over, eHarmony, JDate and ChristianMingle. There's a new player in the online matchmaking space.
A new reality show gives star employees a chance to compete for a huge promotion, and gives franchises valuable brand exposure.
Whether the walk-off in New York this week will have impact remains to be seen, but the dispute is continuing to echo on social media.
Ready To Launch
After landing a top-dollar investment from the famed entrepreneur, the young founders of MySocialCloud.com have found continued success. But could their strategy work for you?
The restaurant franchise Moe's Southwest Grill has figured out a way to make money on Black Friday: Feed all those shop employees ringing up purchases.
Many college students dream of starting up a business that rakes in millions of dollars. This guy did it by age 24.
Roto-Rooter says it ain't afraid of no ghosts. Meanwhile, Baskin-Robbins and Party City jump on the Halloween hay ride.
Ben & Jerry's, 7-Eleven and Pizza Hut use the 2012 election as a platform for marketing campaigns.
Starting a Business
Fourteen-year-old entrepreneur Carter Kostler is hoping his fruit-infused water bottle will be his ticket to entrepreneurial success.
Giullermo Perales, the country's biggest Latino franchisee, talks about why he likes to control the market.
Ready To Launch
See how the youth-oriented financial services company aims to cultivate more
than one million young entrepreneurs.